PMC announces the syllabus for MDCAT 2022

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) has released the syllabus for the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT), which will be used to determine candidates’ eligibility for enrollment in MBBS and BDS degree programmes in the year 2022.

According to the information provided, the National Medical and Dental Academic Board (NMDAB) had made a recommendation regarding the MDCAT syllabus to the PMC, and this recommendation was later adopted during a meeting of the commission that took place recently.

The following is the syllabus for the MDCAT 2022

Biology

Biodiversity (acellular life/variety of life)

Bio-energetic

Biological molecules

Cell structure and function

Coordination and control/nervous & chemical coordination

Diversity among animals

Enzymes

Evolution

Life process in animals & plants (nutrition/gaseous exchange/ transport)

Prokaryotes

Reproduction

Support & movement

Variation & genetics/inheritance

Chemistry

Introduction to fundamental concepts of chemistry

Atomic Structure

Gases

Liquids

Solids

Chemical equilibrium

Reaction Kinetic

Thermo-chemistry and Energetics of chemical reactions

Electrochemistry

Chemical bonding

S and P block elements

Transition elements

Fundamental principles of organic chemistry

Chemistry of hydrocarbons

Alkyl halides

Alcohols & phenols

Aldehydes and ketones

Carboxylic acid

Macromolecules

Physics

Force and motion

Work and energy

Rotational and circular motion

Waves

Thermodynamics

Electrostatics

Current electricity

Electromagnetism

Electromagnetic induction

Electronics

Dawn of modern physics

Atomic spectra

Nuclear physics

English

Vocabulary

Tenses

Sentence structure

Sentence correction

Parts of speech

Comprehension

Logical Reasoning

Critical thinking

Letters and symbol series

Logical deductions

Logical problems

Course of action

Cause and effect

You can check the detailed syllabus for MDCAT 2022 here

 



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